Cation requirement for insolubility of fibrin in monochloroacetic acid☆☆☆
Review articleOpen access
1961/02/01 Full-length article DOI: 10.1016/0003-9861(61)90337-X
Journal: Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics
AbstractStrontium and manganous ions in a reducing environment will replace calcium in the formation of monochloroacetic acid-insoluble fibrin. The reducing environment can be supplied by cysteine, glutathione, or the nonorganic reducing agent, sodium hydrosulfite; however, sodium hydrosulfite does not substitute for cysteine or glutathione in the activation of potentially active fibrin-stabilizing factor.
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